The Late Show: Kim Jong Un Responds To Trump Using The L-Word

Over the weekend at a rally in West Virginia, Donald Trump told his followers that not only do he and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un have a great relationship, they “fell in love.”

However, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert seems to have found proof that the North Korean dictator isn’t exactly on the same page as the Trumpster.

Donny – he’s just not that into you.

Watch below.

News Round-Up: June 20, 2018

Some news items you might have missed:

• InstaHunk Dan Welden (above) is getting his summer on. Who’s doing what this summer? Lake time? Pool time? Vacay?

• A gay military veteran who was harassed and spit on by neighbors was honored at a Los Angeles Pride event for his contributions to his community.

• Last night, Stephen Colbert took time to profile the virulently anti-LGBT extremist Scott Lively, whose currently running for governor in Massachusetts. As Colbert notes, when you google Lively, Adolf Hitler comes up in the “People also searched for” column. Check out the funny but factual 3 minute segment below.

• Longtime GOP strategist Steve Schmidt quit the Republican Party in a ripping Twitter rant denouncing the party’s “feckless cowards who disgrace and dishonor the legacies of the party’s greatest leaders.”

• Federal authorities have subpoenaed the publisher of the National Enquirer for records related to its $150,000 payment to a former Playboy model for the rights to her story alleging an affair with Donald Trump.

• Canada’s Parliament passed bill C-45 this week legalizing marijuana for the entire country. Starting October 17 Canadians will have access to legal, regulated cannabis. Watch the announcement by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau below.

Stephen Colbert Breaks Down Sam Nunberg’s Nutty Breakdown

Because the day just couldn’t end without a bit more nutty Sam Nunberg coverage, last night Stephen Colbert broke down Nunberg’s day-long media meltdown.

From The Week:

“Now, I know you all came here tonight to hear me talk about trade tariffs,” Stephen Colbert deadpanned on Monday’s Late Show, after recapping the Oscars. “But we’re not talking about trade tariffs tonight” he added, “because right before we taped this show, the entire news cycle jumped on the bus to crazy town. At the wheel?” Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg. Special Counsel Robert Mueller subpoenaed Nunberg in the Russia investigation, and Nunberg spent much of Monday on TV insisting he won’t cooperate.

“Nunberg took over cable TV like a car chase,” Colbert said, playing some choice CNN and MSNBC clips. He found Nunberg’s defiance a little puzzling: “You know Mueller can arrest you, right? That’s like saying ‘Eat me’ to Hannibal Lecter.” And yet Nunberg talked and talked and talked, dropping tantalizing clues and unsubstantiated bombshells. “This guy is like a Snickers bar — the peanuts just keep coming,” Colbert marveled.

By the way, after spending all afternoon chasing every news show he could get on, Nunberg eventually told the AP last night, “I’m going to end up cooperating with them.”

Please keep your hands and feet inside the car until the ride comes to a complete stop.

The Late Show: “‘Tis The Season For Treason – A Very Mueller Christmas”

We may be observing Halloween today, but last night Stephen Colbert was thinking more along the lines of Christmas as he recounted the day’s headlines about 3 Trump campaign officials being charged in the ongoing investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller.

Commenting on the president’s weekend tweets that included a caps-locked “DO SOMETHING!” which quickly became a trending hashtag, Colbert said, “There’s something so reassuringly presidential about the president screaming ‘DO SOMETHING!’ into the void.”

Funny stuff. Watch below.

Jim Parsons Shares What It’s like For Gay Men To Fall In Love And Marry

Jim Parsons stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to chat on the upcoming seasons of The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon. But before chatting into “sitcom land,” Colbert asked about Parsons’ recent marriage to longtime bf, Todd, and why – other than legal reasons – they waited so long to marry.

Parsons was quite thoughtful in his reply.

“I didn’t really think we cared about the act of it that much, to be honest with you. And that sounds cold in a way, but I finally thought…well, let’s have a party then for the celebration of, and we’ll go ahead and legalize this thing. And I really thought it would kind of end at that, a party feel but it was so much more meaningful in the moment to me than I predicted. And it’s been resonantly more meaningful to me afterward than I ever saw coming. I’d been an adult gay person for so long at a time when that wasn’t possible that life was ‘fine,’ you know what I mean?”

I can honestly say I had very similar feelings about getting married before hot hubby Michael and I tied the knot.

When I was actually saying marriage vows to Michael was a moment the depth and gravity of our relationship took yet another step forward that was deeply emotional – in every good way possible.

Watch Parsons talk on marriage (and sitcoms) below.

News Round-Up: July 28, 2017

Some news items you may have missed:

• Fitness trainer Ben Zerbst (above) is concerned about his “t-shirt tan,” which gives you just one more reason to keep staring, as if you need one 🙂

• Kathryn Knott, convicted Philadelphia gay-basher, is now claiming self-defense in a civil lawsuit from the couple she helped attack. One of her victims had his jaw wired shut for 8 months due to injuries.

• Stephen Colbert slammed Donald Trump’s tweets announcing a new ban on transgender military service members: “I began my day today as I often begin my days, by checking Donald Trump’s Twitter feed. Just to see how far the crazy has spread. And today, I really think he’s off his meds, as he’s gone from crazy to cruel.”

• The GOP-controlled House has approved $1.6 billion for President Donald Trump’s long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Trump promised at nearly every rally and campaign event that Mexico would pay for the wall.

• 19 Attorneys General have sent a letter to Congress opposing Trump’s transgender military ban.

• Woofy Instahunk Roberto Caccamo sends regards from Italy…

Stephen Colbert Connects The Dots In Trump Jr.’s RussiaGate Scandal

Utilizing The Late Show‘s “weapon of mass clarification, the Figure-It-Out-a-Tron, Stephen Colbert connects the dots of the current Donald Trump Jr. RussiaGate revelations.

How are former campaign aide Carter Page, former campaign manager Paul Manafort, Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, “Russian government attorney” Natalia Veselnitskaya, Russian pop star Emin Agalarov, his billionaire dad Aras Agalarov, and Russian President Putin connected?

Colbert shows you in this concise, clearly understandable visual. Watch below.